Sunday, May 30, 2004

Art exhibit previewed at dinner



[IMAGE] Enjoying the reception are (from left) Linda Fath, Barbara Kreines and Phyllis Thayer.
(Philip Groshong photo)
Fifty-four arts patrons attended the Founder's Society Director's Circle of the Cincinnati Art Museum.

The event included cocktails, hors d'oeuvres, dinner and a preview of the museum's special exhibition, Coming of Age in Ancient Greece: Images of Childhood from the Classical Past.

Museum director Timothy Rub expressed his gratitude to the supporters, including Otto M. Budig Jr., Alice Weston, Anne and Craig Maier, Peggy and Tim Mathile, Valerie Newell and Tim Smith, Linda and Harry Fath, Mary March, Tom Schiff, Phyllis Stautberg, Rhonda and Larry Sheakley and Blanche and Jack Maier.




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